What is Black the color of protest even in fashion?

by Luisjpa Trick Digital Marketing

It is menacingly cold to state that black is the strongest and the most intimidating color of the entire spectrum. Although many political movements have been associated with different colors, such as the Yellow Umbrella Movement in France or the world-wide Queer movement that uses all seven colors of the rainbow to mark their color of unity. But, why is black used as a given color to wear whenever you are keeping a political stance with dissent and much resistance?

It is called the ‘black bloc’. It is next to impossible to choose a color that expresses the pent up aggression and the infuriating passion inside of the protestors’ hearts and minds. And most importantly, it is about taking a stance. All the merchandise that you will find in the FJB store are black in color, that is because of this very same reason– stating starkly opposing and contrasting political views, views that matter and are conveniently sidelined by the ‘power holders’.

The necessities

These are the significances of using black as the base color for all politically engaging clothing products-

  1. They give off a sense of intimidation, especially when worn by a group of people.
  2. They portray strength, the power of will and reason.
  3. Black bloc is visually very alarming, and can stutter any rock of a human.
  4. There is an aspect of symbolism which unites the similar minds through one color.


You must align your finances in a way that you can, at least for once and hopefully for many a time, shop fJB merchandise from one of the leading retail sellers of political outfits that etch a mark in the minds of anybody who sees it! The color black just adds to the gravity of the design. Feel free to express, because that is where the true essence of freedom lies.

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